Educating Students for a Sustainable Future: Case Studies from Around the US

What does a student who is educated for sustainability know, do, and value that is different from other students?  What skills, knowledge, attitudes and beliefs does a student educated for sustainability have that prepares them for active citizenship, higher education, 21st century careers, higher education, and life-long learning?

USP Webinar, November '10: CELF & Riverside High School Green Team

"Educating Students for Sustainability: Case Studies from around the Country"

Hear from teachers and students as they share:

  • Their vision of what a student who is educated for sustainability looks like.
  • What they are doing that is working in their classrooms to educate for sustainability.
  • Some strategies that work well in their school.
  • How their school’s administration and community support this type of work.
  • The challenges they have they faced and how are they are overcoming them.

Webinar host: U.S. Partnership of Education for Sustainable Development

Co-sponsors: the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, American School Counselors Association, Association for Career and Technical Education, National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education, and National Science Teachers Association

Webinar platform sponsor: The Center for Sustainability at Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, KS.







Media Contact Information:

Katie Ginsberg
(914) 238-4743





Yonkers' Riverside High School Green Team webinar participants and Patti Bressman, CELF (back center)

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